Central Otago Heritage Trust chairman David Ritchie has confirmed an possession stake in Clyde’s ancient Dunstan Hotel.
Speculation has set up as to the destiny plans of the web site after it turned into introduced earlier this yr the pub become to be bought via proprietor Kevin Gallagher.
It turned into revealed Timeless Land Investments Ltd turned into to purchase the antique pub from Mr Gallagher.
The sale of the constructing became finalised in advance this month.
Director Philippa Thomson, who also runs Cycle Surgery Rail Trail Ltd from Middlemarch, noted the possible involvement of other parties while contacted by using the Otago Daily Times last week but declined to say who.
However, Mr Ritchie the previous day showed an possession stake within the site.
The building in Sunderland St is made of two separate titles wherein Mr Ritchie confirmed he had bought one of the sections.
“We sold one constructing which turned into the old accommodation constructing.”
Mr Ritchie stated the plan would be to “refresh” the existing lodging area.
Oliver’s lodge and eating place complicated on the identical road is likewise owned via Mr Ritchie.
The Dunstan Hotel, located in Clyde’s ancient precinct, turned into built in 1904 and included 10 visitor rooms, a -bedroom flat, a restaurant and a lager lawn.
Mr Ritchie stated there had been advantageous comments to the proposed modifications.
“I recognize there may be hobby available. There are quite a few individuals who are very fantastic about the adjustments and there is others who wish it stayed the manner it become. That’s lifestyles.”